Halloween Paper Crafts: 11 Homemade Halloween Decorations, Halloween Treat Bag Ideas, and More free eBook


Halloween Paper Crafts: 11 Homemade Halloween Decorations, Halloween Treat Bag Ideas, and More free eBook

These Halloween paper crafts will add a festive touch to your spooktacular celebrations!


Halloween Paper Crafts 11 Homemade Halloween Decorations Halloween Treat Bag Ideas and More free eBook

Halloween is such an awesome time of year. It is so much fun to dress up in scary or fun costumes and attend parties or trick or treat with your children! If you're a crafter, you know that Halloween lends itself well to all sorts of creative possibilities. Whether you want to make your own Halloween costume or create Halloween decorations, you can certainly craft something spectacular for Halloween.

Find your Halloween paper crafting inspiration with Halloween Paper Crafts: 11 Homemade Halloween Decorations, Halloween Treat Bag Ideas, and More! Make homemade Halloween decorations, DIY treat bags, and more when you check out this printable craft collection.

Halloween is such a spooky time of year! Scary costumes, creepy music, and terrifying décor are just a few elements that make this holiday utterly frightening. But Halloween is also a great deal of fun. With all of this excitement, it’s no wonder Halloween is a delightful time of year for crafting. Sewists make their own Halloween costumes, party planners throw one heck of a rave, and paper crafters make all sorts of adorable Halloween projects!

With this free eBook, you will have an opportunity to make an array of Halloween paper crafts. Find homemade Halloween decorations, treat bag ideas, and other fun projects in this collection. You can even get away with printing out your decorations by using a few of the included free printables. With the help of a selection of fun tutorials and a whole lot of paper, you will make your Halloween spookier than ever!

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Inside this free eBook, you'll find the spookiest homemade Halloween decorations. The Distressed Vintage Photo and Frame (pg. 5) allows you to make super scary DIY Halloween decorations that are as simple as they are spine-tingling. People tend to stick to the same creepy icons every year. Don't get caught in a creative rut! Give the bats and ghosts a rest and show off these scary portraits instead.

The Happy Halloween Printable Banner and Bats (pg. 14) is a great way to celebrate Halloween with homemade decorations! The banner is designed in perfect Halloween colors, and the bats are super easy to make. The banner strings together in a cinch and the spooky bats hang from the ceiling and look scary!

Another favorite are the Easy Peasy Paper Pumpkins (pg. 16). Everyone loves decorating for Halloween, but cleaning up is a different story. Make these Easy Peasy Paper Pumpkins to simplify your November 1st cleaning process. Instead of real pumpkins, which can smell bad as they rot, these homemade Halloween decorations can be used year after year. This is a great craft to make with your kids in the fall.
You will also find Halloween Treat Bag Ideas and other treat ideas! The Halloween Candy Pops (pg. 24) are must-makes. With one simple paper craft, you can make your Halloween treats the talk among all your trick-or-treaters. These Halloween Candy Pops are absolutely adorable and are a simple way to add some sweetness to the spookiest time of year.

There's also the Spooky Fence Gift Box (pg. 29). Give out Halloween treats by doing some paper crafting. Creative gift packing like this box can be hard to come by, so take advantage of this tutorial. You'll have a blast decorating these DIY gift boxes, which are sure to make all your friends smile.

You won't want to close the book before seeing the Spells and Potions Mini Halloween Treat Bags (pg. 36), either. Halloween goodie bag ideas don't get much cuter than this. Find out how you can print your main image on the bags like an expert. With added color, distressed edges, and a few other crafty embellishments, these treat bags will look store bought when completed.
Want even More Halloween Paper Crafts? This free eBook has it all! The Pumpkin Paper Pad (pg. 42) uses orange and black felt to create a pumpkin that smiles back at you. This Halloween craft is perfect for kids who love to doodle or want to record every piece of candy they get. Give out a cute pumpkin gift on Halloween when you make this paper craft for kids

The Frightful Friend Embellishments (pg. 46) are sure to add some spookiness to your scrapbook with some craft punches. These embellishments are easy to make and will add an adorable touch to a Halloween-themed scrapbook page or handmade card. These embellishments would also look great on cards for Halloween, so maybe you'll want to give card making a go while you're at it.

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I think it's wonderful that you folks at allpapercrafts.com collect these great paper decoration ideas and patterns for us! There is always something for everyone it seems. The variety is also delightful...everything from the Easy Peasy Paper Pumpkins, The Halloween Candy Pops or the Spooky Fence Gift Box. I'm looking forward to trying some of these out as they are and they're definitely a springboard for other crafts as well!

I was never much into Halloween decorations. I always thought that spending so much money for just one night was a big waste. It wasn't like Christmas season or Thanksgiving. But then I saw all these great paper crafts that are cute and down right cheap to make. I can decorate for the grand kids without going broke. Thank you so much.

I knew I shouldn't have clicked on this. I have four grand kids under the age of 8. You know what that means? Keeping the title of super grandma! They know I crochet, knit and macrame but not into paper crafts. That was until I started snooping thru this site. Add another hobby to my resume!

This has become a super huge holiday in our house. We are always looking for new ideas for decorations. Great to be able to easily create our own to make the house look scary and fun.


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